India on Monday provided a USD 100 million line of credit score to Mauritius to facilitate procurement of defence property and the 2 international locations signed a Complete Financial Cooperation Partnership Settlement following talks between Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Jugnauth right here.
“SAGAR coverage reaffirmed. Happy to witness, together with PM @JugnauthKumar, the trade of USD 100 million Defence Line of Credit score. Will facilitate procurement of defence property, guided by the wants of Mauritius,” S Jaishankar tweeted.
The 2 sides additionally exchanged letters on provision of Dornier plane and Dhruv helicopter by India to step up Mauritius’ maritime monitoring capabilities.
“A special occasion for our particular relationship. Privileged to witness together with PM @JugnauthKumar the signing of Complete Financial Cooperation Partnership Settlement. India’s first such settlement with an African nation,” S Jaishankar stated in one other tweet.
“Will assist give attention to post-pandemic financial restoration. Allow enterprise growth and higher investments,” he added.
“A dependable accomplice, a responsive good friend. Welcome the trade of cooperation devices on building of Renal Transplant Unit, Photo voltaic Energy Plant and on Shopper Safety & Authorized Metrology,” he tweeted.
S Jaishankar, who arrived right here in India’s strategically key maritime neighbour within the Indian Ocean area on Sunday evening from the Maldives on the final leg of his two-nation tour, additionally handed him over 100,000 further doses of commercially procured ‘Made in India’ COVID-19 vaccines.
“India’s serving to hand – at all times over the horizon. Symbolically handed over 100,000 further doses of commercially procured Made in India Covid vaccines,” he tweeted.
He additionally conveyed heat greetings from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Prime Minister Jugnauth. “Commend administration of the pandemic underneath his management,” S Jaishankar tweeted.
“Complete discussions on the standing of implementation of assorted infrastructure tasks. Recognize the effectivity of the Mauritius facet in taking them ahead,” he stated in one other tweet.
Throughout his go to, S Jaishankar will evaluate all elements of bilateral relations, ongoing implementation of assorted infrastructure tasks being carried out by India in Mauritius, and maintain discussions on bilateral, regional and international problems with mutual curiosity together with India’s help to Mauritius.
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